Designer have a simple way to achieve functional safety standards with NXP's functional safety microcontroller portfolio. During this session we will cover how functional safety applies to both the automotive and industrial markets and the support NXP offers in each step.

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Designer have a simple way to achieve functional safety standards with NXP's functional safety microcontroller portfolio. During this session we will cover how functional safety applies to both the automotive and industrial markets and the support NXP offers in each step.

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What you will Learn

The support NXP offers on functional safety for both the automotive and industrial markets

Course Outline

  • Part 1| What is the SafeAssure Program?
    • 1| What is the SafeAssure Program?
  • Part 2| Functional Safety Needs
    • 2.1| Preventing Industrial Impacts
    • 2.2| Industrial Need for Functional Safety
    • 2.3| A Look at Residual Failures on System Level
    • 2.4| Automotive MCU vs. Consumer Components
    • 2.5| Automotive Market Trends
    • 2.6| Major Goal: Zero Fatalities
    • 2.7| Functional Safety Values - Five Pillars
  • Part 3| NXP Experience
    • 3.1| NXP Driving Auto MCU Functional Safety Solutions
    • 3.2| NXP Safety MCU Features Using MPC5744P
    • 3.3| Power Management & Safety Standards
    • 3.4| Link Between Functional Safety & Reliability
    • 3.5| Fault Management & ASIL Targets in Power Supply
    • 3.6| Independent Safety Monitoring
  • Part 4| NXP Microcontroller & Analog Portfolio
    • 4.1| Automotive MCU Functional Safety Roadmap
    • 4.2| Functional Safety MCUs
  • Part 5| Industry Applications
    • 5| Industry Applications
  • Part 6| Certification Process
    • 6| Certification Process
  • Part 7| Enablement
    • 7.1| SafeAssureKit
    • 7.2| GreenHills - Safety Certified Partner

The Kinetis KE1x family is the next generation MCU solution in the Kinetis E series. Designed with more memory, enhanced features and new IPs, this family extends the NXP 5 V portfolio to cover higher performance applications and use cases. Together with the Kinetis KE0x family for entry level MCUs, the Kinetis E family becomes an ideal solution for markets needing 5 V, robustness, and more flash size, providing platform solutions for low-end to high-end applications. Join this session to learn how the strong EMC performance across the Kinetis E family makes it suitable for main control and HMI (touch) in home appliances, industrial, and other applications needed in harsh electrical noise environments.

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The Kinetis KE1x family is the next generation MCU solution in the Kinetis E series. Designed with more memory, enhanced features and new IPs, this family extends the NXP 5 V portfolio to cover higher performance applications and use cases. Together with the Kinetis KE0x family for entry level MCUs, the Kinetis E family becomes an ideal solution for markets needing 5 V, robustness, and more flash size, providing platform solutions for low-end to high-end applications. Join this session to learn how the strong EMC performance across the Kinetis E family makes it suitable for main control and HMI (touch) in home appliances, industrial, and other applications needed in harsh electrical noise environments.

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What you will Learn

KE1x main features

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Kinetis Portfolio Line-Up
    • 1| Kinetis Portfolio Line-Up
  • Part 2| Kinetis E Family: Target Markets & Appliances
    • 2| Kinetis E Family: Target Markets & Appliances
  • Part 3| Roadmap: More Features, Memory, Performance
    • 3| Roadmap: More Features, Memory, Performance
  • Part 4| KE1x Key Features
    • 4.1| Performance Features
    • 4.2| Robustness and Safety Features
    • 4.3| RAM ECC & Flash ECC Overview
    • 4.4| The Memory Protection Unit & Flash Access Control
  • Part 5| HMI
    • 5.1| Overview of HMI & Features
    • 5.2| Advanced EMC Robustness & Self Capacitive Touch Sensing
    • 5.3| Mutual Capacitive Touch Sensing, Adjustable Touch Sensing & Low Power Support
  • Part 6| Enablement
    • 6.1| KE1x Enablement Overview & Hardware Development Platforms
    • 6.2| Software, Professional Support & Services

Wearable devices require special attention for battery usage. Of course the processor selection and software must be tuned to minimize the power consumption, but it is useless if the power managment consumes large current while the MCU is in STOP Mode. New PMIC generations allow real low power mode benefits with an extremely low quiescent current. Let's discover how our low power PMIC with integrated USB battery charger, can help you to achieve your power budget.

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Wearable devices require special attention for battery usage. Of course the processor selection and software must be tuned to minimize the power consumption, but it is useless if the power managment consumes large current while the MCU is in STOP Mode. New PMIC generations allow real low power mode benefits with an extremely low quiescent current. Let's discover how our low power PMIC with integrated USB battery charger, can help you to achieve your power budget.

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What you will Learn

How low power PMIC with integrated USB battery charger could help on wearable applications

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Kinetis Portfolio Line-Up
    • 1.1| Overview of Industry
    • 1.2| Industry IoT Challenges
    • 1.3| Connectivity Solutions for Industrial Networks
  • Part 2| IO-Link
    • 2.1| IO-Link Benefits for Industry 4.0
    • 2.2| IO-Link System Block Diagram
    • 2.3| CM3120: Dual Transceiver
    • 2.4| IO Link Enablement
    • 2.5| General Information & Communication
    • 2.6| Overview of CM3120: Dual Transceiver
    • 2.7| Clocking & Operational Modes
    • 2.8| Interrupt Sources & Other Features
  • Part 3| Wireless SigFox
    • 3.1| SigFox Technology Overview
    • 3.2| SigFoxApplications & One Chip Solution
    • 3.3| RF Transmitter
    • 3.4| ASK, FSK, & 4FSK Band RF Transceiver
    • 3.5| Solution for Kinetis MCUs
  • Part 4|
    • 4.1| Background on CAN
    • 4.2| CAN Portfolio & Evolution in CAN
  • Part 5| Tech Lab Demo Description
    • 5| Tech Lab Demo Description

In this session, we will review the next generation Kinetis Expert Configuration tools that will replace Processor Expert functionality. You can use these tools to generate pin muxing, clocking configuration and power consumption estimates of your low power solutions. Although the Kinetis SDK provides many good examples of how to use the SDK, the configuration tools come in handy when you begin to design your own hardware solution and need software to support your custom design using Kinetis MCUs.  This class will get you excited about trying our tools, which you can experiment with online or in the Technology Lab.

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In this session, we will review the next generation Kinetis Expert Configuration tools that will replace Processor Expert functionality. You can use these tools to generate pin muxing, clocking configuration and power consumption estimates of your low power solutions. Although the Kinetis SDK provides many good examples of how to use the SDK, the configuration tools come in handy when you begin to design your own hardware solution and need software to support your custom design using Kinetis MCUs.  This class will get you excited about trying our tools, which you can experiment with online or in the Technology Lab.

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What you will Learn

Next generation Kinetis Expert Configuration tools

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Kinetis Expert Tools Overview
    • 1.1| Design Considerations
    • 1.2| KEx System Configuration Tools
    • 1.3| Kinetis SDK v2-Toolchain Support & Expert Tools
  • Part 2| Kinetis Expert Tool Details
    • 2.1| Kinetis Expert Website
    • 2.2| Kinetis Expert Website File Vault & Configurations
    • 2.3| Power Estimation Tool
    • 2.4| Pin Tool Demo
    • 2.5| Clocks Tool Demo
    • 2.6| SDK Builder Demo

Learn how Kinetis V Series MCUs and tools can be used to differentiate your drone applications. PMSM and multi motor control can help suppliers provide longer run times with better control. Combine this performance improvement with the easy-to-use tools now available in the Kinetis V portfolio to provide a single point solution to your drone's speed or gimbal control solution.

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Learn how Kinetis V Series MCUs and tools can be used to differentiate your drone applications. PMSM and multi motor control can help suppliers provide longer run times with better control. Combine this performance improvement with the easy-to-use tools now available in the Kinetis V portfolio to provide a single point solution to your drone's speed or gimbal control solution.

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What you will Learn

How to use Kinetis V Series MCUs and tools in your drone applications

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Introduction to Drone Market
    • 1.1| Base Quadcopter Part 1
    • 1.2| Base Quadcopter Part 2
    • 1.3| Base Quadcopter Part 3
    • 1.4| UAVs Block Diagram
    • 1.5| NXP Drone Demo
  • Part 2| Kinetis V MCUs for Drones
    • 2.1| Kinetis V Series for Motor Control
  • Part 3| Application Processors
  • Part 4| Sensors
    • 4.1| 3 Sensors for UAV Applications
    • 4.2| NXP Sensor Fusion for Kinetis MCUs
    • 4.3| One Possible Quadcopter Algorithm
  • Part 5| Gate Driver GD3000
    • 5.1| GD3000 Brief Overview
    • 5.2| Functional Block Diagram
    • 5.3| Enablement Tools
  • Part 6| Standard Products
    • 6.1| NXP Standard Products
    • 6.2| MOSFET Requirements in Motor Control
    • 6.3| Standard Products for Radio Controlled Consumer Devices